Diploma in Management
(R2-DL/345/4/0046 (A7469) 07/21)
Diploma in Management (DIM) programme aims to produce knowledgeable and competent graduates who are able to perform effectively, efficiently and ethically within areas of management
Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)
PEO1: To produce semi-professional workforce to fulfil the needs of the market in the field of management.
PEO2: To enable students to expand knowledge and skills in various fields of management.
PEO3: To develop graduates to engage in continuous learning and be able to make decision ethically in their personal conduct and the community.
The Diploma in Management is designed to cater to the needs of those seeking a career in management at the sub-professional level. Graduates are expected to be able to serve in business and non-business organisations. In order to qualify for the diploma, a minimum of 90 credit hours of approved courses is required.
Of these, 78 credit hours are prescribed while the remaining 12 credit hours (equivalent to 4 courses) are to be chosen from the respective area of concentration.
Currently, the Diploma in Management programme allows learners the option to specialise in;
- Human Resource Management,
- Plantation Management *Beginning September 2019 intake
- General Management.
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PLO1: Use acquired knowledge of the management field for the purpose of academic or work (KNOWLEDGE)
PLO2: Apply practical and theoretical understanding of planning, organising, leading and controlling for the purposes of managing functions and processes in an organisation (PRACTICAL SKILLS)
PLO3: Relate to different roles required in society and facilitate positively to the community and relevant stakeholders (SOCIAL SKILLS AND RESPONSIBILITY)
PLO4: Demonstrate ethical and moral values as well as professionalism in daily practice in fulfilling their social responsibilities (VALUES, ATTRIBUTES AND PROFESSIONALISM)
PLO5: Perform related roles at various levels as leaders in organisation as well as to communicate effectively and as good team players (COMMUNICATION SKILLS, LEADERSHIP AND TEAMWORK)
PLO6: Identify and solve problems using effective thinking skills and tools to achieve practical decision in management (THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING)
PLO7: Acquire relevant management information from variety of sources for continuous self-development and lifelong learning (INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND LIFE LONG LEARNING)
PLO8: Seek and manage available resources in striving to accomplish the highest achievement (MANAGERIAL AND ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS)
- The provisional offer of admission will be revoked if the candidate:
- Fails to submit evidence of qualification within the stipulated date; or
- Does not meet the entry requirements of the University.
- Entry requirements are subject to change as stipulated by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency.
* Fees applicable to Malaysians and Permanent Residents only.
* International students are required to pay registration fees of RM1,000 and an additional 20% for the tuition fees.
* The University reserves the right to revise the fees without prior notice.
Discount for the Physically Challenged Learners (OKU) and Senior Citizens
The University offers 50% discount for:
- Senior citizens aged 60 and above on registration date; and
- Physically challenged learners – a valid Orang Kelainan Upaya (OKU) is required.
These discounts are for subject fees only and are not applicable for research and other fees. The discounts are also not valid for second time registration and repeating of subjects.
Learners who receive this discount are not entitled to other discounts and promotions.
♦ Processing fee:
- RM30 (Malaysian) & RM100 (International)
♦ Financial options:
- PTPTN; or
- EPF (Account 2); or
- Education or Personal Loan from commercial banks; or
- HRDF (subject to employer’s eligibility); or
- Flexible Payment Scheme.
♦ Payment Mode:
- JomPAY; or
- Internet Banking; or
- Debit/Credit Card.